Are you getting a good night’s sleep? Sometimes a medical condition like sleep apnea or restless leg syndrome might be causing you to lose valuable hours of rest. If you want to know more about what’s keeping you up at night, the experts at the Grand View Health Sleep Center can help.

Our center includes four modern, comfortable, hotel-style patient rooms, each with a private bathroom. Our medical director, Michael Weinstein, MD, and our sleep technicians will use state-of-the-art equipment to monitor your brain, heart, breathing and muscle activity during sleep. This testing can help you diagnose a potential sleep disorder and receive treatment.

You will need a referral to receive treatment.

Sleep Disorders We Treat

  • Abnormal sleep behaviors – Sleepwalking, sleep talking, restless legs syndrome, periodic limb movements, night terrors, frequent nightmares and more.
  • Insomnia – The inability to sleep.
  • Narcolepsy – Uncontrollable urges to sleep throughout the day.
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea(OSA) – This occurs when a person’s throat collapses into his airway as he sleeps. It’s often characterized by loud, consistent snoring.
  • Central Sleep Apnea – This type of sleep apnea is caused by a delay in the breathing signal from the brain.
  • Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome – Consistent snoring accompanied by frequent sleep arousals.

Your Sleep Center Team

At the Sleep Center, we are committed to providing the highest level of service in caring and supportive environment. Our team includes:

  • Board-certified Michael Weinstein, MD, the center’s medical director.
  • Sleep technologists who are specially trained in testing and treatment of sleep disorders.

Your Comprehensive Sleep Study

Before treatment begins, you will undergo an overnight sleep study at the Sleep Center. This is a non-invasive, advanced method of diagnostic testing. In most cases, patients arrive at the sleep center around 9 p.m. and will leave the sleep center by 7 a.m. the following day.

While you are sleeping, trained technologists will monitor and record your sleep patterns, heart rate, breathing, muscle movement, brain waves and oxygen levels.

You’ll receive the results of your sleep center within one-to-two weeks.

A Comfortable Night’s Rest at Our Center

Each of the Center’s four sleep rooms are designed to provide quiet and rest. For your comfort, each room is private and has a:

  • Full bathroom with a shower
  • Adjustable queen-size bed
  • Flat-screen television with satellite programming

Common Treatment Options for Sleep Disorders

Once diagnosed, most sleep orders can be treated successfully with one of the following treatments:

  • Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)
  • Dental devices
  • Sleep modification
  • Surgery
  • Weight Loss

Talk with Your Doctor

If you think you might have a sleep disorder, talk with your physician to determine whether a sleep study would benefit you. If you need to find a doctor, use our find a provider tool. If you do undergo a sleep study, our physicians will provide your doctor with the results and a recommended treatment plan.


The Grand View Health Sleep Center is conveniently located in the Stoneridge Professional Center at 670 Lawn Avenue in Sellersville, off Route 309.

Call 215-453-8106 for more information.